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Panama receives 20th batch of Pfizer vaccines with 43,290 doses

Panama receives 20th batch of Pfizer vaccines with 43,290 doses

The Minsa reported that as of this Wednesday the second doses of Pfizer vaccines will be applied in circuits 4-5 and 4-6, Chiriquí province.

Panama received this Tuesday, June 22, the twentieth batch of vaccines against COVID-19 of the formula developed by the pharmaceutical company Pfizer and BioNTech, with 43,290 new doses.

With this new shipment of doses that arrived after 12:15 p.m. at the Tocumen International Airport Cargo Terminal, the Ministry of Health (Minsa) will reinforce the vaccination strategy contemplated in Operation PanaVac-19, which exceeds more than one million doses received by the pharmaceutical company Pfizer since January 20, 2021.

The Minsa reported that as of this Wednesday, June 23, 2021, the second doses will be applied in circuits 4-5 and 4-6, province of Chiriquí.

Currently, in Panama doses of vaccines against COVID-19 developed by Pfizer and AstraZeneca are being applied.

The entity reiterates that the vaccination process in the country's circuits will continue with the application of Pfizer vaccines, in parallel with auto-rapid vaccines, it is voluntarily inoculating men and women from the age of 30 with the dose of AstraZeneca.

The Minsa asks the population to register and verify themselves through https://vacunas.panamasolidario.gob.pa/verificate/ enabled to notify the day, time and place where the dose will be applied.

Breakdown of deliveries made by Pfizer to Panama:

January 20: 12,840 doses
February 17: 67,860 doses
February 24: 77,220 doses
March 3: 87,550 doses
March 10: 42,210 doses
March 16: 63,180 doses
March 24: 70,200 doses
March 30: 36,270 doses
April 5: 77,220 doses
April 14: 77,220 doses
April 20: 77,220 doses
April 27: 78,390 doses
May 4: 70,200 doses
May 11: 70,200 doses
May 19: 108,810 doses
May 25: 109,980 doses
June 1: 40,950 doses
June 8 40,950 doses
June 15 42,120 doses
June 22 43,290 doses.

NOTE: The information in this article is not intended to influence your decision whether to be vaccinated. You should conduct your own research when making a decision.

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